- Exercising discretionary effort
- Attracting engaged employees
- Assessing the fit of employees
- Making onboarding more engaging
- Learning from new employees
- Provide opportunities for career growth
- Clarifying objectives
- Measuring engagement using surveys
- Being present for employees
- Driving engagement with fun
Skill Level Advanced
- Employee engagement is more than a catchphrase. It's a fundamental principle of good business, and employers everywhere want to increase employee engagement. Survey after survey after survey has proven that companies with higher levels of employee engagement are more successful, but did you know less than 1/3 of all employees are fully engaged? Meaning they're committed, motivated, and emotionally attached to the company?. Not only that, roughly 17% of employees actively disengage, meaning they really don't care what happens to your company.
And according to Gallup, employee disengagement costs companies billions every year. My name is Don Phin. In my career as an attorney, consultant, and coach, I've dealt with both highly engaged and highly disengaged employees for over 30 years. Many of the CEOs and HR executives I work with want to know the secret sauce for increasing employee engagement in a way that helps grow the bottom line, and in this course, I'm going to share that formula with you.
You'll learn how to attract engaged employees, how to make your onboarding process more engaging, and how to engage employees through compensation. We'll see how to turn engagement into productivity, and how to deal with the actively disengaged. I'll show you how to be present for your employees, and how to drive engagement with fun. And we'll make list of the things and employee needs so they can be engaged. There are two main goals for this course. The first is to help you up your engagement game, so you get more pumped up about the work you do every day.
The second is to help you become a true leader who manages their team to greater engagement and higher levels of success. Let's get started.